Jughead: The Hunger, Vol. 1

Jughead: The Hunger, Vol. 1

Archie's Madhouse brings the first collection of the terrifying horror series that tears through Riverdale's cast of characters. Jughead Jones has always had an insatiable appetite... but what if his hunger came from a sinister place? When a murderous menace is on the prowl, taking the lives of some of the most well-known and esteemed inhabitants of Riverdale, Jughead and h Archie's Madhouse brings the first collection of the terrifying horror series that tears through Riverdale's cast of ...

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Title:Jughead: The Hunger, Vol. 1
Author:Frank Tieri
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:B077CQ718P
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Jughead: The Hunger, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Fiction State Of Mind
    Sep 08, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

  • Anne
    Aug 06, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

  • Luly Ceballos
    Sep 11, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

  • Brandon
    Sep 29, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

  • Kat Viola
    Sep 13, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

  • Mark
    Apr 19, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

  • Kristin
    Sep 16, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

  • Hugo
    Aug 11, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

  • Ashley
    Oct 28, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

  • Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)
    Jul 31, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Aug 10, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

  • TK
    Oct 29, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

    Nice for a start I think I was expecting something a bit more scary for some reason. I like the characters, and they still are mostly who they always were, but there is a little more edge to them. These alternate versions of Riverdale make for a more lively time with the gang. The a...

    Gruesome, peculiar and a little fun. Pros: Jughead's family is talked about and they're pretty interesting. Cons: Betty and Veronica's characterizations are especially one-dimensional --but that's ok so is Reggie. I like the Archie and Jughead dynamic here. It's like a real brotherl...

    I love how Archie Comics has become the ultimate multiverse. Just dozens of different worlds spinning out of these characters. I think they should just turn Riverdale into an anthology show and explore all of these alternate Archie-verses. In the mean time keep the Archie-verse com...

  • Jaclyn
    Aug 25, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

  • Douglas Gibson
    Nov 05, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

  • Jeremy Laroche
    Oct 11, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

  • Karen
    Dec 04, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

    Nice for a start I think I was expecting something a bit more scary for some reason. I like the characters, and they still are mostly who they always were, but there is a little more edge to them. These alternate versions of Riverdale make for a more lively time with the gang. The a...

  • Jennifer
    Sep 24, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

  • Calista
    Oct 07, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

  • Lisa Burris
    Aug 25, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

  • Maggie Gordon
    Dec 03, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

    Nice for a start I think I was expecting something a bit more scary for some reason. I like the characters, and they still are mostly who they always were, but there is a little more edge to them. These alternate versions of Riverdale make for a more lively time with the gang. The a...

    Gruesome, peculiar and a little fun. Pros: Jughead's family is talked about and they're pretty interesting. Cons: Betty and Veronica's characterizations are especially one-dimensional --but that's ok so is Reggie. I like the Archie and Jughead dynamic here. It's like a real brotherl...

    I love how Archie Comics has become the ultimate multiverse. Just dozens of different worlds spinning out of these characters. I think they should just turn Riverdale into an anthology show and explore all of these alternate Archie-verses. In the mean time keep the Archie-verse com...

    I love the idea of Jughead as a werewolf, I do, and the first few pages set the tone for a fun and engaging read.. sadly the rest of the comics was too bland and predictable. And if you're a fan of plot-holes, boy, are you in for a ride! ...

    Alas, this one is a bit too silly for me. ...

  • Susan
    Jul 25, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

  • Natalie Patalie
    Aug 15, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

  • Claude
    Oct 03, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

  • Quentin Wallace
    Oct 19, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

  • Liz
    Nov 19, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

    Nice for a start I think I was expecting something a bit more scary for some reason. I like the characters, and they still are mostly who they always were, but there is a little more edge to them. These alternate versions of Riverdale make for a more lively time with the gang. The a...

    Gruesome, peculiar and a little fun. Pros: Jughead's family is talked about and they're pretty interesting. Cons: Betty and Veronica's characterizations are especially one-dimensional --but that's ok so is Reggie. I like the Archie and Jughead dynamic here. It's like a real brotherl...

  • Colona Public Library
    Dec 10, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

  • Kayla (onthefritz)
    Oct 31, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

  • Artemy
    Oct 21, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

  • Courtney
    Sep 04, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

  • Baska
    Nov 17, 2018

    An alternate title for this one could also be, Jughead: The B-Movie Werewolf Story. So far, I've thoroughly enjoyed Archie Horror ( Afterlife, Sabrina, and an old Anthology) but they can't all be winners, right? And sadly, this just didn't seem have the same magic the others had...

    I thought this was a great read for the Halloween season. This takes our famous characters from the Archie gang and gives it a horror genre twist. Jughead is a werewolf and Betty is a werewolf killer. I mean there is nothing extra special here, but it is fun to see our squeaky clean te...

    A really bland horror-ish story that turns Jughead into a werewolf and Betty into a discount Buffy, the werewolf slayer. The first five pages of this were really good and quite funny, but then it all went downhill from there and turned into a typical by the numbers B-movie type slasher...

    4.0 Stars This is a super fun twist on the classic Archie comics for readers like myself who prefer everything with a little bit of horror. This was entertaining with some great twists and turns. ...

    When I first read Afterlife With Archie, which was the first of the more mature Archie horror comics, I was blown away. The theme of the comic is zombies and it was amazing how well the horror transitioned into the world of Archie. The fact that we knew the characters only made the ser...

    Jughead Jones has a secret, and even he isn?t aware of it ? he?s actually a werewolf. When omes to light, no one in Riverdale will ever look at him the same again. In fact, some people are down to murder him on sight. Sensing danger, and desperate to protect his friends from his ...

    I want to give it a 3.5 but a 4 will have to do. ...

    A neat idea as far as the original one-shot issue goes, but needs a lot more effort to sustain itself as a series, and this rip-off of TV's Supernatural and Buffy the Vampire Slayer doesn't really cut it. The script is generic and slapdash, throwing in ideas and scenarios that are neve...

    This is a violent and gory take on the familiar gang from Riverdale. There is some humour but overall it's a very dark version of Jughead, Betty and the others. Even in this world, Archie is still a bit of a choirboy which seems fitting. The Hunger is surprisingly gruesome and not surp...

    This series isn't bad (I'm always down for anything with Jughead), but it kind of just reminded me how mad I am that Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were put on hold. ...

    Another hit with Archie Horror! Love the play on Jughead's constant hunger with him being a werewolf. This run has some backstory, and involves many of the Riverdale gang, not just Jug. The artwork and coloring is reminiscent of Afterlife with Archie, making it just the perfect...

    The artwork with its little splashes of blood across every panel lent itself to the atmosphere of the story being told. I am looking forward to reading volume two when it comes out. ...

    Meh... ...

    I love dark takes on classic characters. This is no different!! ...

    2.5 A half-baked horror spinoff trying to cash in on the long-delayed Afterlife with Archie. Tieri can't or won't stick to the characterizations of the Archie gang and everything is so blandly predictable. The book is rated Teen+ but with the exposed spinal columns and spilled intesti...

    Excellent job! Intriguing, really amazing. Love the story, the characters and the pencil. Jughead ended up as a very chameleonic character. And he is very well developed in this story. A must read for any fan, old and new. ...

    Creepy goodness ...

    I did not like this book. I guess I am just use to the old comics. ...

    In this compilation of the first issues of the comic, Jughead: The Hunger, it is revealed that Jughead Jones is a werewolf. What's more, his best friend's girlfriend, Betty Cooper, is a werewolf hunter, descended from a long line of werewolf hunters. Unlike the superior Afterlife wi...

    I'm trash for Archie Horror so of course I liked this one. The art is fun and spooky and I like how they play with horror tropes. My favorite is still Afterlife with Archie, but I liked how Jughead was the focus here and how it plays with the creepiness ...

    The Archie Horror imprint of Archie Comics is fantastic. Afterlife with Archie and the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina are favorites of mine. Jughead as a Werewolf is awesome too, because who doesn't love werewolves, but maybe the story isn't quite up to par with it's predecessors. Fant...

    This seals the deal: I automatically will love any and all Archie Horror titles that are released. I love the stories, I love the artwork, I love it all. Jughead: The Hunger was great, though I'm a little reluctant to give it five stars because I felt it was a little rushed at times...

    I liked this better than both Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. It hits almost everything I'd want from a serious horror take on Archie. Once you get past the initial suspension of disbelief of the weirdness that Jughead is the youngest in a family of werewolves...

    Has one of your best friend's ever turn into an uncontrollable were-wolf so you have to team up with other were-wolf hunters to kill him? That's this! If I wasn't waiting for the next Afterlife with Archie I think I would be more excited about this. Jughead is one of the main character...

    Finally an awesome werewolf story- of course I had to go to comic books to find it! This might be my favorite of the Archie Horror Comics (and I LOVED Sabrina!) This volume is 1/2 camp fun and the other 1/2 gore and great werewolf story-telling! Jug is tormented with what he's become, ...

    Nice for a start I think I was expecting something a bit more scary for some reason. I like the characters, and they still are mostly who they always were, but there is a little more edge to them. These alternate versions of Riverdale make for a more lively time with the gang. The a...

    Gruesome, peculiar and a little fun. Pros: Jughead's family is talked about and they're pretty interesting. Cons: Betty and Veronica's characterizations are especially one-dimensional --but that's ok so is Reggie. I like the Archie and Jughead dynamic here. It's like a real brotherl...

    I love how Archie Comics has become the ultimate multiverse. Just dozens of different worlds spinning out of these characters. I think they should just turn Riverdale into an anthology show and explore all of these alternate Archie-verses. In the mean time keep the Archie-verse com...

    I love the idea of Jughead as a werewolf, I do, and the first few pages set the tone for a fun and engaging read.. sadly the rest of the comics was too bland and predictable. And if you're a fan of plot-holes, boy, are you in for a ride! ...